Summary: Card has been working perfect. It is a large card so be ready to sacrifice some of your PCI slots. In a mini tower with a mini mother board I was left with only 1 PCI slot free out of 4 slots. Just enough for my ethernet card to slide in. This was the only downside for me.
Summary: I have a Dell XPS 420 that came with an ATI Radeon HD 3870 that I needed a new video card for. A few months ago, I upgraded the RAM and installed 64-bit Windows 7. Since that upgrade, I had problems with the entire system locking up very frequently when I stopped playing an .mp4 file in full-screen.
Summary: I bought this to go in a stock dell computer thats a few years old. I had to buy the Z model for it to fin im my case. It will run Warcraft max settings at 1080p with a framerate of about 55-60.
Summary: I really am happy that I purchased this video card. It's one of the first DirectX 11 capable video cards out the box. It will handle Crysis to a point, but not on highest level - reduce AA and you're doing well.
Summary: This is a great card for the price and if you are using Windows-7 and have at least one monitor with a DP port. The advertising is not clear about those requirements. Even ATI tech support had to refer me further upstream to find out if the card works with XP. It doesn't.
Summary: This is an excellant video card for the price. Using it it a new build, MSI mb w/i7 920 processor, 8 gig of memory, 2 1 terebyte drives, win 7 pro, corsair water cooler. This card runs everything I throw at it at full settings without dropped frames.
Summary: With this card my current Graphics applications like Photoshop, Flash, and other Adobe products that Tax my GPU (Graphic Processing Unit) are feeling less sluggish and rendering quicker and more reliably with this video card.